Arohanam:P D2 N3 S R2 G3 M1 P
Avarohanam: M1 G1 R3 S N2 D2 P
indirApati viLangumindira vAhanattin nava saundaryam aruL sheidiDuvAn shaktanE vanAvu
danda shUkAdhipan pOlum dhairyam pUNduraippadAgil mandata mozhikku vandu mauna bhAvamELkkum
IranjnyAru karamuLLoru hEhaya mannavanum ahO pArilezhudIDuvAn pAram paNiyatrE
nayanamOrAyiram uLLoru nAga nAyakan pOlum niyatamidu kANmadinu nipuNanalla lOkE
nirupamayAm kAntikoNDu nirajnu munnu bhuvanangaLum maru vIDunnadi vAhana paramEva nitAntam
pAramadil vilasIDum padmanAbha pada sEvaikku bhUri bhAgya samUha mEnyE kAraNam kimapi nAnyam
Who is capable of describing the beauty of the Indra Vahana, in which the lord, the beloved of Indira shines?
Even the lord of serpents-Adisesha - who has a thousand tongues will become tongue-tied if he dares to describe this!
Even for the king of Hehaya (Karttavirarjuna), who has a thousand hands, it is beyond his capacity to write about this!
Even Indra, who has a thousand eyes is not capable of having a full glance of this!
With an incomparable effulgence, this Vahana, which is the noblest in the three worlds, dazzles the others!
It is indeed, nothing but the greatest fortune to worship the feet of Lord Padmanabha, and outshines the others!